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August 09, 2012, 06:56:31 PM
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Yes, hash of address and amount of debt verified, waiting on the test deposit
You should already have it.
how much is the test deposit?
i don't see any 0.01 btc incoming to my wallet.

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August 09, 2012, 06:57:34 PM
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Yes, hash of address and amount of debt verified, waiting on the test deposit
You should already have it.
how much is the test deposit?
i don't see any 0.01 btc incoming to my wallet.
nevermind. I wasn't reading the post correctly.
Test deposit received!

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August 09, 2012, 07:09:31 PM
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Give this kid a break, he's trying to repay it...

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August 09, 2012, 07:36:55 PM
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I got my test deposit.

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August 09, 2012, 08:39:37 PM
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I got my test deposit.



I got involved with this, because I let my 13 year old son use my Paypal account to convert some of his btc to purchase a video game.  When the charge back occurred, I went to my son and said I am now $30 negative in my account and who knows when this will get resolved.  We came up with two options: 1) pay me now or 2) pay me once this is all over and we are reimbursed, but since time is money, there will be interest due.

He didn’t want to pay interest so he paid me in full (with some of his Cognitive Mining Stocks- before they shot up in value- lucky me Grin).

Discussing this situation with my son, we have talked about what he would do in the same situation.  I pointed out how some of these guys have pretty big amounts tied up, and in the bitcoin world, a lot can happen in a short amount of time.  And that time is money.

He said he would 1) Empty out his bank account.  2) Sell some his belongings 3) Get a loan from a family member or friend 4) Get another job or expand out what he does with Bees Brothers to pay off the loan as fast as he could.

I was glad he recognized that his savings account was now in reality other people’s money.  And that the purpose of a savings account is for helping you get out of bad situations when they occur.

My son also said that “TangibleCryptography was really cool and that we should send them a box of honey caramels as thanks for helping everyone”.

So Tangible Team I will send you a box of honey caramels next week.  Thanks.

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August 09, 2012, 08:45:40 PM
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Test deposit received.
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August 09, 2012, 11:06:08 PM
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I got my test deposit.



I got involved with this, because I let my 13 year old son use my Paypal account to convert some of his btc to purchase a video game.  When the charge back occurred, I went to my son and said I am now $30 negative in my account and who knows when this will get resolved.  We came up with two options: 1) pay me now or 2) pay me once this is all over and we are reimbursed, but since time is money, there will be interest due.

He didn’t want to pay interest so he paid me in full (with some of his Cognitive Mining Stocks- before they shot up in value- lucky me Grin).

Discussing this situation with my son, we have talked about what he would do in the same situation.  I pointed out how some of these guys have pretty big amounts tied up, and in the bitcoin world, a lot can happen in a short amount of time.  And that time is money.

He said he would 1) Empty out his bank account.  2) Sell some his belongings 3) Get a loan from a family member or friend 4) Get another job or expand out what he does with Bees Brothers to pay off the loan as fast as he could.

I was glad he recognized that his savings account was now in reality other people’s money.  And that the purpose of a savings account is for helping you get out of bad situations when they occur.

My son also said that “TangibleCryptography was really cool and that we should send them a box of honey caramels as thanks for helping everyone”.

So Tangible Team I will send you a box of honey caramels next week.  Thanks.


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August 09, 2012, 11:11:18 PM
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I got my test deposit.



I got involved with this, because I let my 13 year old son use my Paypal account to convert some of his btc to purchase a video game.  When the charge back occurred, I went to my son and said I am now $30 negative in my account and who knows when this will get resolved.  We came up with two options: 1) pay me now or 2) pay me once this is all over and we are reimbursed, but since time is money, there will be interest due.

He didn’t want to pay interest so he paid me in full (with some of his Cognitive Mining Stocks- before they shot up in value- lucky me Grin).

Discussing this situation with my son, we have talked about what he would do in the same situation.  I pointed out how some of these guys have pretty big amounts tied up, and in the bitcoin world, a lot can happen in a short amount of time.  And that time is money.

He said he would 1) Empty out his bank account.  2) Sell some his belongings 3) Get a loan from a family member or friend 4) Get another job or expand out what he does with Bees Brothers to pay off the loan as fast as he could.

I was glad he recognized that his savings account was now in reality other people’s money.  And that the purpose of a savings account is for helping you get out of bad situations when they occur.

My son also said that “TangibleCryptography was really cool and that we should send them a box of honey caramels as thanks for helping everyone”.

So Tangible Team I will send you a box of honey caramels next week.  Thanks.


Responsible parenting! What a refreshing change, somebody who doesn't expect the village to raise his children, but is willing to actually teach them useful lessons in life. I applaud you, Sir.
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August 09, 2012, 11:40:39 PM
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Test deposit received. 

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test deposit received too..


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August 10, 2012, 02:50:46 AM
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I got my test deposit.



I got involved with this, because I let my 13 year old son use my Paypal account to convert some of his btc to purchase a video game.  When the charge back occurred, I went to my son and said I am now $30 negative in my account and who knows when this will get resolved.  We came up with two options: 1) pay me now or 2) pay me once this is all over and we are reimbursed, but since time is money, there will be interest due.

He didn’t want to pay interest so he paid me in full (with some of his Cognitive Mining Stocks- before they shot up in value- lucky me Grin).

Discussing this situation with my son, we have talked about what he would do in the same situation.  I pointed out how some of these guys have pretty big amounts tied up, and in the bitcoin world, a lot can happen in a short amount of time.  And that time is money.

He said he would 1) Empty out his bank account.  2) Sell some his belongings 3) Get a loan from a family member or friend 4) Get another job or expand out what he does with Bees Brothers to pay off the loan as fast as he could.

I was glad he recognized that his savings account was now in reality other people’s money.  And that the purpose of a savings account is for helping you get out of bad situations when they occur.

My son also said that “TangibleCryptography was really cool and that we should send them a box of honey caramels as thanks for helping everyone”.

So Tangible Team I will send you a box of honey caramels next week.  Thanks.

You're a great parent. 

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August 10, 2012, 08:15:14 AM
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Test Deposit Received

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August 10, 2012, 10:04:13 PM
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I agree with BurtW.   All debts are of equal seniority, so every dollar received in repayment will be split based on the % owed.  "KISS"

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SHA256 hash of repayment address                                         Owed      Pct       Test Tx  
12ddbce777e471d06d9fa10b862ef06dd187d5402c88b7ec6e3702a117a401ad    $1,095.30  25.360%  0.0025360 BTC
444932bb1d5f748067f90be37465c58a5b6ad77eb017f494e45cf9c8cad450a7      $997.00  23.084%  0.0023084 BTC
bd43c51c8733629fbc2c60381307d53ed8e8863fbfab41fcca392427cc7da99f      $600.00  13.892%  0.0013892 BTC
20664a92d28274a0f15c1e7a92cefcb837800d91b95a686abe23d8cd04574d33      $408.76   9.464%  0.0009464 BTC
fd05f7f5f74d90616af3b979139e05504f20b3a759064de22afd8127aae26a71      $390.50   9.042%  0.0009042 BTC
069ca99519364c2dd1c16c4ec8c2462d1c45a4aebe188e08bf8e168cb233a76e      $316.50   7.328%  0.0007328 BTC
ccbf16fbb90f867adbbdf81268c5c9fb2c0a586c4434eef4ef7858d075a9a2f4      $190.00   4.399%  0.0004399 BTC
97bfae94ecc8f1fb091c28713caa12309ad173a6eec72d8c569ee42648294e94      $100.00   2.315%  0.0002315 BTC
916945a74b82c6f33e715a6d6dfffdcc69414e65513a152ff408e14fae6fb4a8       $60.00   1.389%  0.0001389 BTC
e732e4c23f8c53ac18905b51b59128c0e18adf43362a67dd5fe219845222e666       $58.00   1.343%  0.0001343 BTC
f0ec23f43c9409d5b4250de11aeafb09181cb8a767fd2a24e6662138e032164c       $50.00   1.158%  0.0001158 BTC
792b1af7e743d1f62a17d6a2a86cd1044abcbfafcbf934d68a11e3fc4466c466       $30.00   0.695%  0.0000695 BTC
4ac43262d219929bfe27b4d3be1f948e1e3c2af49882f1831d5f61c7c786bbd8       $22.90   0.530%  0.0000530 BTC
                                                                    $4,318.96 100.000%  0.0100000 BTC

All creditors should verify their repayment address.  The table above has SHA-256 hashes of the repayment address provided by TheBitMan.

Here is an SHA-256 calculator (you can use another one SHA-256 output should always be the same).
http://www.xorbin.com/tools/sha256-hash-calculator

Take the address you provided TheBitMan and hash it.  Remember trailing spaces, tabs, carriage returns, etc all are "values" in a hash input.  Be sure to copy only the exact address with no additional spaces.    The % column shows the % each creditor will get from a payment.  (i.e. on a $500 repayment the first creditor would get 25.360% * $500 = $126.80).  The payment amount will be convert to BTC based on MtGox last at the time bitcoins are transfered to the creditors.

Tomorrow I will be sending a test tx of 0.01 BTC split to all creditors by their share.  The amount indicated is the amount you should receive if everything is done correctly. 

If all 13 creditors do the following each payment should be quick and easy:
1) Verify the hash of your address matches the hash in the list.
2) Verify the amount owed matches the amount you are owed.
3) (Tomorrow) verify the amount you receive from the test tx matches the amount listed above.

Verified - I received 0.00090415.  Amount owed is correct.
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August 11, 2012, 10:56:45 AM
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Hey, TheBitMan, why don't you post on the OP that the service is closed and maybe say it on the thread title also?
Still hoping for some business?

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August 11, 2012, 01:26:01 PM
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Hey, TheBitMan, why don't you post on the OP that the service is closed and maybe say it on the thread title also?
Still hoping for some business?
I just tell anyone who emails me that its shut down, I have a few threads and cant find them all.
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August 11, 2012, 01:26:43 PM
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BTW I am going to the bank in a few hours, I will keep you all updated.
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August 11, 2012, 04:40:30 PM
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So a heads up I have only received verification of the test deposit from:
D&T
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That is 12 of 13 creditors.  

The list I have from TheBitMan has PayPal names, amount, and repayment addresses so I can't determine which address is used by the missing creditor.

Given 1 creditor couldn't follow instructions I will need everyone who hasn't to send me a PM with their deposit address & amount.
If you already did this (roughly half have) then I don't need it again.
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August 11, 2012, 04:43:43 PM
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Good faith payment of $500 has been made to TC, I have emailed him the list of addresses and amounts along with the receipt of the deposit.
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August 11, 2012, 05:00:47 PM
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Good faith payment of $500 has been made to TC, I have emailed him the list of addresses and amounts along with the receipt of the deposit.

Confirmed TheBitMan did deposit $500 today.  Since one of the thirteen creditors hasn't confirmed I am uncomfortable sending a sendmany and paying everyone at once.  Worse I can't simply pay the 12 who have confirmed because the list I have doesn't have forum names.  This is why I need a PM from EACH creditor with their deposit address, amount, and confirmation they got the test deposit before I can send a payment.

I had wanted to send a single sendmany at a single MtGox price to avoid a lot of work for myself but for this first payment it looks like I will need to send out individual payments.


Code:
20664a92d28274a0f15c1e7a92cefcb837800d91b95a686abe23d8cd04574d33 $408.76 9.464% $47.32
f0ec23f43c9409d5b4250de11aeafb09181cb8a767fd2a24e6662138e032164c $50.00 1.158% $5.79
916945a74b82c6f33e715a6d6dfffdcc69414e65513a152ff408e14fae6fb4a8 $60.00 1.389% $6.95
444932bb1d5f748067f90be37465c58a5b6ad77eb017f494e45cf9c8cad450a7 $997.00 23.084% $115.42
e732e4c23f8c53ac18905b51b59128c0e18adf43362a67dd5fe219845222e666 $58.00 1.343% $6.71
97bfae94ecc8f1fb091c28713caa12309ad173a6eec72d8c569ee42648294e94 $100.00 2.315% $11.58
12ddbce777e471d06d9fa10b862ef06dd187d5402c88b7ec6e3702a117a401ad $1,095.30 25.360% $126.80
792b1af7e743d1f62a17d6a2a86cd1044abcbfafcbf934d68a11e3fc4466c466 $30.00 0.695% $3.47
fd05f7f5f74d90616af3b979139e05504f20b3a759064de22afd8127aae26a71 $390.50 9.042% $45.21
bd43c51c8733629fbc2c60381307d53ed8e8863fbfab41fcca392427cc7da99f $600.00 13.892% $69.46
ccbf16fbb90f867adbbdf81268c5c9fb2c0a586c4434eef4ef7858d075a9a2f4 $190.00 4.399% $22.00
4ac43262d219929bfe27b4d3be1f948e1e3c2af49882f1831d5f61c7c786bbd8 $22.90 0.530% $2.65
069ca99519364c2dd1c16c4ec8c2462d1c45a4aebe188e08bf8e168cb233a76e $316.50 7.328% $36.64

Table has SHA-256 hash of repayment address,  the amount owed, the share of total owed, and the share of the $500 repayment today.






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August 11, 2012, 05:08:47 PM
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Thank you for the payment.  Please keep us updated with regards to schedule of future payments.  

I would appreciate it if you could post here a date of a next payment or a list of dates for future payments and the amounts you expect to pay.

I will agree to withhold of any future small claim filing unless:

1.  Any stated payment date is more then 30 days delinquent or
2.  30 days from today (September 12, 2012) if no future payment date is posted here or
3.  Any period of more then 60 days passes without a subsequent payment or
4.  Any future payment is less then the initial payment of $500.00
 

I would ask that RandomQ agree to the same but it is obviously his choice of when to file based on your expected voluntary repayment schedule.

Thank you.
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